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China Conservatory of Music chooses Nord modular synthesizers


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The China Conservatory of Music in Beijing has chosen the Nord Modular synthesizer platform for their synthesis education. China Conservatory of Music is one of nine famous professional music conservatories in China and has more than 1,000 students.
China Conservatory of Music began with electronic music education in the late 80s and recently invested in a digital music education laboratory and computer music classrooms. Concluding the Nord Modular platform being the best system for teaching synthesis technology, China Conservatory of Music aligns with the Berklee College of Music in Boston and the Centre for Art and Culture at the Koorenhuis in The Hague, The Netherlands, who also invested in educational systems based on the Nord Modular platform.
The Nord Modular family is a series of programmable polyphonic modular synthesizers. The system consists of the hardware synthesizer and the computer editor. You create your own synthesizer architecture by patching virtual modules together in the editor software. The modules provide digital models of oscillators, filters, envelope generators, and audio processors, plus a wide array of special purpose modules.
Both the sound generation and graphical information pertaining to the modules are storable in the Nord Modular synthesizer. Assignable front panel knobs allow the Nord Modular to perform as a stand-alone synthesizer.
Nord Modular synthesizer models (from top to bottom): the Nord Modular Key, Nord Modular Rack and the Nord Micro Modular.
Nord Modular synthesizer models (from top to bottom): the Nord Modular Key, Nord Modular Rack and the Nord Micro Modular.
10/2002 Pro-Music-News

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